Directors Notes

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Latest Podcast Episodes

DN349: Matt Hopkins & Ben Lankester Document a Band Stuck in the Middle in ‘A Divorce Before Marriage’
13 Apr 2017 @ 03:08 am

Matt Hopkins & Ben Lankester's feature doc follows five-piece rock band I Like Trains as they struggle to breakthrough after losing their record deal.

DN348: Nickolas Duarte Discovers the Painful Past of the Man Who Paints Souls in ‘Jay’
16 Mar 2017 @ 05:04 am

Nickolas Duarte's doc provides a glimpse into the extraordinary and complex life of Jay Kyle Peterson, an abstract artist with an even more abstract past.

DN347: Chameleon – Jorge Riquelme Serrano
15 Dec 2016 @ 05:57 am

Jorge Riquelme Serrano shares how structured improvisation enabled him to shoot his uninvited guest psychological thriller feature debut in a mere 4 days.

DN346: Chasing Asylum – Eva Orner
8 Dec 2016 @ 07:26 am

Eva Orner’s documentary exposes the repugnant, inhumane ways the Australian government treats asylum seekers and its attempts to hide these atrocities.

DN345: The Eyes of My Mother – Nicolas Pesce
30 Nov 2016 @ 05:29 am

A young lonely woman is consumed by her deepest & darkest desires after tragedy strikes her quiet country life in Nicolas Pesce's horrifying debut feature.

DN344: United States of Love – Tomasz Wasilewski
18 Nov 2016 @ 09:29 am

Tomasz Wasilewski returns to the DN podcast with a tale of lust, isolation and loneliness in which four woman decide it's time to change their lives.

DN343: Indivisible – Edoardo De Angelis
10 Nov 2016 @ 04:11 am

Edoardo De Angelis explores themes of individualism and sororal symbiosis in his tale of singing siamese twins who discover the possibility of life apart.

DN342: After Love – Joachim Lafosse
4 Nov 2016 @ 04:55 am

Joachim Lafosse discusses how he depicted a couple's acrimonious separation and divorce through the use of long fluid sequence shots of domestic hostility.

DN341: The Day Will Come – Jesper W Nielsen
26 Oct 2016 @ 07:40 am

Jesper W Nielsen delivers a painfully honest depiction of a Danish orphanage where two brothers try to escape the wrath of their headmaster’s tyranny.

DN340: On Call – Alice Diop
19 Oct 2016 @ 06:43 am

Alice Diop's latest documentary seeks to put names and faces to the asylum seekers suffering a life of loneliness and fear as they live in exile in Paris.